Official D3 samples here

Started Sep 12, 2007 | Discussions
Naoki Takagaki Regular Member • Posts: 254
Official D3 samples here
M Lammerse
M Lammerse Forum Pro • Posts: 11,367
Nikon server test :-)
sfisher Veteran Member • Posts: 3,064
In English here!

http://nikonimaging.com/global/products/digitalcamera/slr/d3/sample.htm
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v_ Senior Member • Posts: 1,926
Re: Official D3 samples here

Thanks Naoki,

I can not believe the high ISO image quality! I'm speachless.........

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Marcel F Regular Member • Posts: 255
Re: In English here!

Thanks...

CNP Regular Member • Posts: 120
Re: Official D3 samples here

Stunning.

samsclin Forum Member • Posts: 85
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ALL I can say is WOW WOW WOW.....

Its Killing... HI ISO Colour, Dynamic Range.... NOISE.... all WOW....

M Lammerse
M Lammerse Forum Pro • Posts: 11,367
6400 is really impressive

De 6400 sample is really imressive. not only by the level of noise but also by the level of detail. 'no smudgy canon plastic skin'

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SueAgny New Member • Posts: 18
Re: In English here!

Nikon is imporvings it's PR approach, I did not expect it to be this soon.

Phil does this mean the embargo for the Pre productions model been cancelled?

And thus does this imply that you can put original NEF's on your site taken with a D3?

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mcullenphoto Contributing Member • Posts: 656
Re: Official D3 samples here

Great high ISO performance and great colors, that ISO 6400 shot looks like my D2X at around 800, at least in the in focus areas.

David Chin Forum Pro • Posts: 11,670
WOW THANKS! Let the ...

... pixel-peeping and blasting begin!

And yeah, Nikon's models always look better (and healthier) ... even at ISO 3200 ... than the Canon ones

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menameisatsushi Regular Member • Posts: 268
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Is this true? My image browser states noise reduction was set to "off" when those shots were made.... If that is the case, those pics are even more impressive!

OleThorsen Veteran Member • Posts: 3,088
High ISO NR is ON (Normal) on ISO 3200 and 6400 pics

menameisatsushi wrote:

Is this true? My image browser states noise reduction was set to
"off" when those shots were made.... If that is the case, those pics
are even more impressive!

High ISO NR is ON (Normal) for the pic_003b (iso6400) and pic_004b (iso3200), when I view the camera settings with VievNX

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David Chin Forum Pro • Posts: 11,670
So, D3 good enough for studio portraits? (nt)
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greg_thurtle_uk Contributing Member • Posts: 679
They look fantastic

This looks like it will be one great camera for available light shooting!
I'm half tempted to try one myself

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menameisatsushi Regular Member • Posts: 268
Re: High ISO NR is ON (Normal) on ISO 3200 and 6400 pics

Thanks for that Ole.It must be my viewer not showing the correct info then... Still very impressive pics though.

OleThorsen wrote:

menameisatsushi wrote:

Is this true? My image browser states noise reduction was set to
"off" when those shots were made.... If that is the case, those pics
are even more impressive!

High ISO NR is ON (Normal) for the pic_003b (iso6400) and pic_004b
(iso3200), when I view the camera settings with VievNX

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Bernie Ess Veteran Member • Posts: 7,018
I am not impressed by...

the 6400 and 3200 images. Yes, the noise is relatively low for the ISO speed, but the quality and the colors look washed out and the skin tones are not beautiful in high ISO.

I like the ISO400 samples a lot, they have a creamy, beautiful look, generally people are way too obsessed with high ISO.

I have the Canon 5d and while it is said to be very low noise I try not to use it above ISO200. Why? Because of the beautiful creamy look in ISO 100.

For sport shooters it is good, pics dont need to be "creamy", but for normal photographers it is meaningless.

Bernie

Mik_Rin Regular Member • Posts: 435
jpeg

These are typical official samples, and shot at jpeg. the quality may be much better with the right raw processing.
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Harry Lime Regular Member • Posts: 264
Re: I am not impressed by...

Not bad, but I don't think the processing on these is the best.
Look at the blown highlights in the pictures of the girl.

Lets hope Nikon posts some better examples.

I'm really excited about the D3. This is going to be great.

HL

sfisher Veteran Member • Posts: 3,064
Huh?

Well if I've read your post correctly, shooting at 3200 and 6400 doesn't look as good as ISO 400 - I really don't try to snap at posters normally but that's just plain ridiculus. you make absolutely no sense.

Bernie Ess wrote:

the 6400 and 3200 images. Yes, the noise is relatively low for the
ISO speed, but the quality and the colors look washed out and the
skin tones are not beautiful in high ISO.

I like the ISO400 samples a lot, they have a creamy, beautiful look,
generally people are way too obsessed with high ISO.

I have the Canon 5d and while it is said to be very low noise I try
not to use it above ISO200. Why? Because of the beautiful creamy look
in ISO 100.

For sport shooters it is good, pics dont need to be "creamy", but for
normal photographers it is meaningless.

Bernie

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